Bill, we're all mentally challenged, why else would you be called "retard".
There would seem to be no doubt of free will, should we then question when it comes into play. I have already asked that we consider the possibility that all things are and we have the free will to chose where we will be in those realities.
Once when I was at my puter, which is in our front window, I saw a small dog walking up and down our street. I figured it was lost since I had never seen it before and it was going through trash cans. As it passed one time, I went out on my porch to see if I could get it to come over and get some food. I called it and it looked at me and turn to walk down the street.
As it got close to the corner, three teens walking from the others direction saw it coming their way. Two of them started running toward it in a playful way to run it off. The little dog, frightened by them, turned and ran the other way for a few feet then turned and ran out into the street in front of a truck. As the kids yelled at it to stop, it ran under the wheels and was killed. On of the Boys stood back while one ran to the dog and begged it not die.
There are many lessons here when thought over, certainly one is that humor some times hurts someone.
Another lesson shows that there were three children involved in a play on the stage we call life. One child learned a hard lesson of life and might go on to care for others deeply in the future. One seemed to learn nothing and will be facing other lessons until they learn. One child chose to die to teach the lessons for the others to carry on in life with.
Not all free will need be used on this level, some choices might be made before we enter this realm of the physical life. Fate might be nothing more than the expression of the choices we made concerning our coming lives.
We are all perfect for what we are to do, if that were not so, we would be changed, I can guaranty that.
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